Tenderly laying his lost love on the cold ground, he wept, the
willow trees around him weeping along with the wind.
She tenderly dabbed at the little girl's injury
the little boy tenderly hid his sister from the dog
(You would have to use the adverb, which is tenderly.) She touched his face tenderly.
The adverb form of tender is tenderly. An example sentence is: "the couple kissed tenderly in the sunset".
Yes, tenderly is an adverb. Some example sentences using this word are: He touched her tenderly. The couple tenderly embraced.
I tenderly stroked the slab of veal, and became aroused while doing so.
Jesus always calls softly and tenderly as he wants you to return to him.
Tenderly - 1968 is rated/received certificates of: USA:M
There are some synonyms for the word "tenderly". They include softly, delicately, gently, gingerly, lightly, affectionately, dearly, lovingly, fondly, devotedly, yearningly.
The cast of Tenderly - 1959 includes: Etienne Debel Joanna Geldof
No, you cannot start a sentence with "no" unless you need to do so. No reason exists not to start a sentence with that word, as you can see. No one will care if you do start a sentence with it.
You can say "tendrement"
no; we can't start a sentence with ;
Carefully, cautiously, tenderly, delicately
A synonym for gently would be tenderly.